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    Cleats

    So if you have a great vintage bike with the original "rat-trap" pedals you can either replace the pedals so you can ride the bike OR you can try to find cleats. Does anyone know where to find cleats?

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    I made my own but they have them here . www.renaissance-cycles.com[/url]
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    Thanks Greywolf

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    Peter White cycles has TA cleats

    Peter White

    As does Larry Black (whose shop I can't recall at the moment)
    but he hangs out on Classic Rendezvous list. . .

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    Hey Marlin:

    What kind of cleats do you need?

    Something like this?
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    Or maybe something like this?
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    The white ones came with an old pair of Sidi Shoes. They've never been used, but the mounting bolts are lost to the ages.

    The yellow ones came with Diadora shoes. I have two unused sets of them. One set has the bolts.

    If you want them, let me know. You've got first dibs. If you don't want them, I'll just as happily send them to someone else. Let me know.
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    Originally posted by Marlin523
    Thanks Greywolf
    Your welcome .I got the site from someone here on the forums, some great deals but unfortunatly the postage to this corner of the world kills it
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    I realized I don't have the mounting bolts and decided just to go ahead and put the Speedplays on the bike. Thanks for the offer. Sorry this response is so late.

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    Anyone else want 'em?
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    I wear Diadora mountain bike shoes with the sole breakouts still in place. They work as well as my old Avocet touring shoes, which had steel shanks and grooved rubber soles.
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